all these pictures present the Al Ain city in United Arab Emirates & Burimi city in Oman


Tuesday, 24 April 2007

some blogs i like to read so much..


This is some of the special blogs i really do enjoy reading them..i just would like to post them here so that others will be able to have a look at them ( one of the most great blogs..i like his honestly and his posts as its something we can learn about..) ( its really a great blog for those who like to see mosque and all of his interesting is enjoyable) ( enjoy reading) ( i really do like it very much) ( its very interesting , all about the nurse life in UAE)

All of these were and still very helpful to me and i really do like them very much..
Wish for them all the best and good luck..

someone in al ain

Monday, 23 April 2007

United Arab Emirates in words..

tThe United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven states formed in 1971 by the then Trucial States after independence from Britain.

Before oil was discovered in the 1950s the UAE's economy was dependent on fishing and a declining pearling industry. But since 1962, when Abu Dhabi became the first of the emirates to begin exporting oil, the country's society and economy have been transformed.

The late Sheikh Zayed, ruler of Abu Dhabi and president of the UAE at its inception, was quick to seize on the potential of the oil industry.
He oversaw the development of all the emirates and directed oil revenues into healthcare, education and the national infrastructure.

The oil industry has attracted a large influx of foreign workers who, together with expatriates, now make up more than three quarters of the population.
The country's growing business sector and its tourist industry have helped to fuel a construction boom, with billions of dollars being pumped into showpiece schemes. Chic hotels and skyscrapers are emblematic of cities such as Abu Dhabi and cosmopolitan Dubai.

Politics: The UAE is one of the most liberal countries in the Gulf, with other cultures and beliefs generally tolerated. It held its frst national elections - for an advisory body - in December 2006
Economy: The people of the UAE generally enjoy a high standard of living because of oil wealth; diversification has dampened the shocks of oil price fluctuations; the UAE is a regional trading hub
International: There has been tension between the UAE and Iran over disputed Gulf islands; the US treats the UAE as an ally in its "war on terror"

The UAE is one of the most liberal countries in the Gulf, with other cultures and beliefs generally tolerated. Until December 2006 it was the only state in the region not to have elected bodies.

some one..

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Monday, 16 April 2007

Robots replace children as camel jockeys in UAE

It seems a little bit sad to see the passing of a tradition. Nevertheless, with a dearth of adult jockeys,
this is utterly necessary.

It just occurred to me that the west has used the term "camel jockey" derisively for many years.
Yet, the heritage of "Wild West" horse riding "cowboys"
is nostalgicly glorified. hmmm makes ya think (well, makes ME think anyway) :-


The thunder in Al Ain

only part

This is in U.A.E in Al Ain in place called al Jimi Oasis
If you can see , it shows how the people in the past used to get up by useing a steps from stone or some times they use wood from trees to put them there..


I think this is the most common
Spiny-Tailed Lizard in U.A.E . they called it Dhub

I think also , they live only the desert.

Wednesday, 11 April 2007


I found this in Oman..

Divorce for calling wife a mouse..

I was so happy and surprise at the same time of this issue which i saw in the Gulf news..

The UAE people didnt use to that..

I am really happy because the women here start to understand their rights..Keep

Dubai: A Dubai court granted a divorce to a 28-year-old Arab woman because she was offended when her husband said she looked like a mouse.
The court said comparing the wife to a mouse was an insult to a "mother, wife and a woman".
"The mouse is a disgusting animal. A woman should not be compared to it or any other animal," said the lawyer of the woman, a mother of three children.
The Dubai Sharia Court of First Instance had earlier turned down the wife's claim for divorce. She then appealed and was granted the divorce. The 37-year-old husband was also ordered to pay her a monthly maintenance.

Tuesday, 10 April 2007


lol..I used to be afraid from Lion, but after this pic..they are so cute and i want to kiss them





Nothing but

moon in UAE

The Full moon on April in the U.A.E

no word can describe this picture

I was walking in the old souq in Al Ain, I found that boy selling things..i was very surprised about him..he looked at me and i felt feeling that i've ever felt like it..i wish i can describe this pictures , so that you may feel the glory of it